Jade Suchness

Original wood bear carvings by Jade Suchness were originally the inspiration formed through a vision of Martin Silverwolf, a contemporary mythmaker and artist. “In the old days, if your vision involved the good of the community, it was described and enacted so that it would be remembered and passed on through oral tradition. I saw…

Brian Dickerson

The heavily layered and reworked surfaces in Dickerson’s painted wood constructions reveal a deeply felt process of exploration. Each work contains hidden forms and apertures suggesting almost inaccessible mystery. Using mixed media and wood construction, these constructed paintings offer the viewer an opportunity for quiet reflection amidst the dislocations and uncertainty of the surrounding world. …

Andrew Atroshenko

ANDREW ATROSHENKO — Andrew Atroshenko was born in 1965 in the city of Pokrovsk, Russia. Accepted as a gifted child in 1977 into the Children’s Art School, Andrew graduated with honors in 1981. Two years later, Andrew entered Bryansk Art College, and in 1991 was accepted at one of the most prestigious art schools in…

Craig Mooney

Craig Mooney makes paintings of dramatic moments and heightened emotionality that are known for being expansive and expressive. Though a representational painter, the artist incorporates a myriad of abstract qualities throughout his paintings. In his figurative work, Mooney romanticizes his subjects and presents them in an atmospheric lens that is best described as dreamlike. His…

Warren Cullar

Warren Cullar opened his first gallery as a senior in college, receiving a BFA in 1965. After a short career in a commercial ad agency and later as an advertising director in a large department store, he moved to Mexico to study art at the Instituto Allende in San Miguel de Allende in Guanajuato. The…

Yury Darash

Yury Darashkevich was born in Asipovichi, Belarus in 1962. He attended and graduated from the Belarusian State Academy of the Arts in 1985. Upon graduation, he began a career in the illustration and graphic design field, painting in his spare time. After several successful solo shows in the early 90’s, Yury devoted more attention to…

Olaf Schneider

Olaf Schneider (b.1964) is a husband, father of two, and grandfather of six. He studied at the Ontario College of Art as well as Sheridan College. In 1986, while painting large scale outdoor advertising billboards for Mediacom Outdoor Advertising. He acquired a strong practical foundation that would become integral to his work today. He is greatly inspired by…

Ann Fleming

Ann Fleming had been a full-time professional potter for over twenty-five years, specializing in highly decorated functional ware and architectural work such as tile, sinks and lighting. In 2004, feeling the years of the physical demands of pottery and longing for change, Ann sculpted her first figurative piece in clay. Though sculptural elements have been…

Laurel Peterson Gregory

Laurel Peterson Gregory’s sculptural creations represent her vision and spirit. And if her extensive body of work is any indication, that spirit is a tad whimsical. “Life is often way too serious. I want my pieces to lift the viewer and take them to a better place for a timeless moment. Nothing makes me happier than seeing…